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I want to use Homeplugs instead of my wifi, but I can't see from the literature if is a one to one network or one to many, i.e. if I have 3 homeplugs, one connected to the modem (router), when I plug in the other two for the PC and PS3 (and additional plugs in the future) , are they accessing a single network.  I don't want to have to split  at the router.
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Nope, there's no need to split at the router. It's one-to-many: http://www.solwise.co.uk/net-powerline-intro.htm
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